Yahoo makes Webb permanent chairman as Mayer hits one-year mark
Yahoo said it appointed veteran technology executive and Silicon Valley investor Maynard Webb as chairman, succeeding Fred Amoroso at the company, which is struggling to jumpstart its advertising business.
Webb, who has served as interim chairman since April and is a former eBay chief operating officer, has been a director at Yahoo since February 2012.
Chief Executive Marissa Mayer, a former Google executive, is about a year into a plan to try to bring viewers and users — and the revenue growth they represent — back to Yahoo.
"Maynard Webb's leadership and guidance have been an invaluable part of our board since he joined it in 2012," Yahoo said in a statement on Friday.